preperception

preperception

(prē″pĕr-sĕp′shŭn) [″ + percepitio, to perceive]
The anticipation of a perception. This intensifies the response to the perception.
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Strether is at his most conventionally American (and properly ambassadorial) when he is held in the sway of these stale scripts or preperceptions, and he feels most naughtily cosmopolitan--indeed, "in the midst of the world"--when he momentarily shrugs them off.
Lefebvre ignored me and carried on, "When we shed our preperceptions of espace percu and our preconceptions of espace concu, we begin to find this rich and vibrant world of espace vecu.